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#98 - That says 9:55 you dip 11/15/2015 on daily reminder/edgy stuff 2 +4
#69 - Reminds me when Rob Lowe received backlash from his tweet &quo… 11/15/2015 on Facebook censorship +1
#106 - Maybe that over exaggeration is only a joke 11/15/2015 on Bewbz-chart 0
#104 - Every post I stumble upon Facebook that mentions the incident …  [+] (6 new replies) 11/15/2015 on United as one +39
#320 - anon (12/06/2015) [-]
You are completely missing the point, paris got more media coverage because the media and governments can gain something out of it, not because they are an older ally. Kenya is an older ally (UK) and has never been our enemy but the media did not cover the 140+ university shooting to anywhere near the same extent. Fear sells and allows you to do as you wish to the fearful, and people dying in kenya doesn't scare people. So the point when these posts are made is to not trust the media coverage/actions of government afterwards, an attack has already been made in london as a direct response to the government's pointless and expensive decision to bomb syria. And the even more pointless shows of support like the flag thing benefits only the media covering it getting them top stories, if you really want to show support actually do something.
Also the idea that countries are either friends or enemies is incredibly american. You are not at war with any country in the middle east, you are at war with a militant religious faction that has no elected right to the country, you are also ignoring the 20 or so factions that also fit that description. And no country has an obligation to support another, the UK is about to be ruined by a TTIP agreement that will let US businesses fuck us up, under the guise of mutual benefit. Our connection to the US has been destroying us slowly since 2000
#270 - billburr (11/15/2015) [-]
I think the point they're trying to make is just that when something terrible happens, we shouldn't rush in to get revenge. Especially when all evidence indicates that the revenge would just aggravate the problem.
Just like we can't bomb the ocean after a tsunami, we can't bomb the middle east over a few brainwashed idiots
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#157 - gerfox (11/15/2015) [-]
I think its more because bombings in Lebanon are more commonplace than people walking around with assault rifles and killings civilians in Paris.
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#160 - ashampoo (11/15/2015) [-]
sadly thats true. i guess the bombings there got so "common", that it just wouldnt get any headlines, telling the same story again and again. boring/predictable things dont make shekels
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#117 - minorian (11/15/2015) [-]
I understand the rage at those bigoted facebook-comment, but they have a point.

One actress from "Orange is the new Black" first tweeted "Pray for Paris", but then changed it to "Pray for the entire world" after she learned about the attacks in Lebanon and Syria too. Her followers went amok, and there's whole articles debating how she is taking away "attention" from Paris.

The fact is that it's just because it hits close to home. We can't relate to car bombings and mass-executions in the Middle-east, but everyone can relate to baguettes. It's partly because the tragedies are so more frequent and that we relate more to what happens in Paris, and think "that could have been us.".

The earthquake in Japan wasn't anything to report on. As far as I know, no one was even seriously injured, which is amazing. You bet your ass it would be all over the news if it was just half as bad as what happened in Paris.

In human terms, it would be like if you had a granddad living in the other end of the country, who has bad shit happening to him all the time, compared to if your nephew from across the street got Leukemia.
#30 - I watched like an episode or two from that show. It's alright,…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/13/2015 on HigherEducation.png +8
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#50 - Ryukenblaze (11/13/2015) [-]
"here, i'll make a finger basket and you climb up"
"finger basket? was that your nickname in highschool?"
"no! but summer camp it couldve been."
#63 - **jellyman used "*roll picture*"** **jellyman rolled image… 11/11/2015 on (untitled) +1
#201533 - 1. I shower every day, and put on deodorant that I think smell… 11/07/2015 on Advice - love advice,... 0
#201515 - I'm 20, I never got laid, and I haven't had a girlfriend in 5 …  [+] (7 new replies) 11/07/2015 on Advice - love advice,... 0
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#201549 - dehumanizer (11/07/2015) [-]
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#201524 - dudeheit (11/07/2015) [-]
What minutes wrote is pretty good. Every aspect.
I also recommend doing sports and reading about healthy nutrition. You will see results if you are determined, you will feel better naturally and the feeling you get when somebody says "hey, you've realy lost weight, your are looking good" is pretty damn good. Especially when it comes from one of the hottest girls you know.
Be more productive and constinantly improve your way of living. Be the person you love to hanging out with the most, learn to love yourself!
#201518 - minutes (11/07/2015) [-]
I once wrote a huge paragraph for /r9k/ about this. Just ignore the stuff that isn't relevant to you, the message is still the same.

>1. Clean yourself, your house/apartment/room
Should be common sense, if you're smelling like shit people tend to avoid you. Shower at least every two days, brush your teeth at least 2 times a day and wash your hands after you used the toilet.
>2. Competetive mindset
This is the most important thing. Ever played any competetive game? It's basically about accepting your own mistakes. If you lose you can go into full autism mode and cry for life/the game being unfair, or you can take a closer look at what actually went wrong so you can do better next time. Learn from your mistakes, failure is nothing to be ashamed of. This applies to everything in life, as long as you try your hardest to improve you're not pathetic.
>3. Stop bathing in self pity
Life ows you nothing. Yes it is unfair that some chad just has to say hi to get into a girls pants while you have to do astronomical amount of work for the same outcome, but that's just how it is. Accept that life is unfair.
>4. Constantly stay busy
While it's incredibly comfortable to just shitpost on 4chan all day, you could use your time a lot more efficient. Do stuff you always wanted to do, do stuff you still have to do, don't turn on your computer until you have done absolutely everything else that comes to your mind.
>5. Try out new hobbys
This goes along with the previous point. Do new and exciting things, join a club or learn a new language, whatever. It really doesn't matter as long as you gain something from it. Bonus points if it requires you to leave your house. Try to be as interesting as possible, not for everyone else but for yourself.
>6. Force yourself to do stuff
I know it's hard to stay busy and do new activities, that's why you have to be able to force yourself to do things. Don't just put it off, do it. This sounds like straight out of the shia labeouf video, but it's actually true. Once you gain the ability to overcome your laziness, you'll make fast steps forward. Some dude invited you to his party? Go. If the alternative is that you sit alone at home you have everything to gain and nothing to lose. At worst you'll have a shitty evening, at best you find new friends or even the love of your life. Leaving your comfort zone is incredibly important.
>7. Talk to people
Now that you do all these new hobbys and stuff you'll meet a ton of new people, which is something good. Talk to them, maybe one or two of them actually aren't as bas as you think. If you autism out it's okay, you're trying. Social skills are the same as any other skills, experience helps you a lot. If you have troubles with texting, you might also try sites like omegle just for practice.
#201550 - dehumanizer (11/07/2015) [-]
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#201533 - jellyman (11/07/2015) [-]
1. I shower every day, and put on deodorant that I think smells good before I leave somewhere. I want to try something else that can make me smell good like after shave or cologne, but that might be too much for something casual lol.
2. I played smash bros at a tournament once. I lost the first round, even at the losers match, but I thought it was OK because I had fun anyways. I know I'll do better next time.
4. I hang out with my friends everyday, and right now I just found a job so I can make more money to do more things.
5. I want to keep learning guitar, but that costs money too, but again I found a job so I'll save up and buy new strings and an amp. I don't think video games are a hobby though lol.
6. I went to Orlando with 2 friends to see one of our homies there. We met new people and it was nice. Of course we went to a club and I really didn't want to go because of my social anxiety. I barely talked when we were on our way, but I tried to have fun.
7. I'm fine with that sometimes. It comes naturally otherwise I'll sound like autismo.
8. I feel like if I ask a girl out when we just met, I'm taking it to fast. I don't know, it could be different cultures from a different state. Maybe if we have a good amount of conversations I can go for it.
I've been rejected constantly whenever I ask a girl out, so it hurts my confident and makes it harder to ask girls out.
9. As I said earlier, I found a job I just hope it's legit. I also want to start meditating as well as reading, but I have a short attention span when it comes to it.

I'm sorry if I sound stubborn, I just want to say my point of view and my experiences on the tips you gave me. I think those tips are very informative and could be helpful. It's just hard to maintain a better mindset when that alone won't work unless you put effort to it as well, which I don't have much motivation or I'm just lazy.
#201519 - minutes (11/07/2015) [-]
>8. Take risks
This is one of the hardest things on this list. Even normies have problems with it. You're talking to a girl and are unsure about asking her out? Can't read the signs? Do it anyways. The whole concept of dating is to get to know each other better first. You don't wait till you already know each other, you go on a date for that exact reason. Also, if she rejects you straight away when you just met, chances are it's because she doesn't think you're attractive, which is not so bad is it? Attractiveness is something subjective. It doesn't mean you're ugly, it just means you're not her type. If you however wait till she already knows you, you're probably being rejected cause of your personality as well. That + the feeling of attachment you get after waiting for too long makes it a lot harder to deal with rejection . Doing it straight away is the best way to go. And don't forget, it's no shame to be rejected. Everyone gets laughed at in some point of their lifes.
A little thing to help you with this point - count to 10 in your head and think about everything that could possible go wrong before taking a risk, every little thing, the worst scenarios. But once you reach 10 you just do it anyways. Sound illogical but it really works. Yes this is from a scrubs episode.
>9. Constantly try to improve yourself
Got no job? Sent fucking applications. It doesn't matter how much you need till you get an interview. Even if you'd need to send 5000 letters, do it. Your goal should be to get better every day, at least a little bit. Read a scientific book, learn something new, do your drivings license if you still haven't, whatever. Baby steps still bring you forward.

Living like this doesn't guarantee you a gf or a perfect life, but I can promise you that you'll feel better about yourself. Everytime I've seen people around me getting into this kind of mindset, they also started to be a lot more positive and overall way more happy. It's hard work and yes, it's not easy at all, but that only makes the success taste even better.
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#201516 - confusedasian (11/07/2015) [-]
I'm 21 and never been on a date. You're doing better than me champ.
#180 - This is why Miyazaki hates anime right now. 11/06/2015 on Accidental Plot ¬ +1
#201419 - So I have this idea for an anime, but it's only a plot and jus… 11/06/2015 on Advice - love advice,... 0